NEW HAVEN — The IRS and two mortgage lenders are chasing after a prominent preacher and city fire commissioner, as Sheffield Avenue loses another house to foreclosure.
The Rev. Boise Kimber (pictured) racked up nearly $300,000 in debt on 100 Sheffield Ave. by defaulting on two loans and failing to pay income tax for five years, court records show. The financial woes came to a head on Oct. 26, when a judge ordered the three-story house to be sold through foreclosure.
The debt includes $40,000 that Kimber owes to the federal government for unpaid income tax. A foreclosure sale is set for Jan. 23 at noon.
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